Observing The Great Kazushi Sakuraba (and Other Stories) – Mma Fighting

Boilers win island battle | The Journal Gazette

I have a pro-wrestling tour when I get back. I do watch some fights. I was recently watching K-1, Mark Hunt versus [Jerome] Le Banner and it was just really exciting because they are hitting the hell out of each other and Le Banner was sticking his chin out to kind of make fun of Hunt and Hunt just knocked him out. So that was an interesting fight to watch.” Here he laughs. A good forward-leaning gut laugh, because now hes having fun. “Recently I watched this one guy on the pro-wrestling circuit in Japan who does a flying head butt.
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Dassault Systèmes, Solar Impulse Define A New Chapter In Solar Aviation | Aero-News Network

Solar Impulse 1 was a test bed for the incredibly complex new technologies required to fly day and night using solar energy alone. Solar Impulse 2 will carry the mission forward and fly around the world in 2015. The team faced new challenges and trade-offs in designing such an innovative plane, including a new design for the fuselage and wings, and using new materials to achieve strict weight objectives. Designing a cockpit providing safety, comfort, and command accessibility for a pilot on an around-the-world flight required sophisticated design and management tools. Dassault Systemes applications, in use by the team since 2006, helped ensure smooth execution of the ongoing development process and milestones.
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Purdue faces unbeaten North Carolina State on Tuesday in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge. For the second time in as many days, Purdue showed grit during adverse moments. Recurring problems crept up in a second half that saw turnovers and defensive breakdowns. But Painter called a timeout in the midst of a 15-7 BYU run to begin the half. It stemmed the tide and contributed to an almost immediate turnaround.
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